PUBG for Xbox One gets a new winter-themed map, Vikendi

Vikendi winter map hits PUBG on consoles (Source: Xbox Wire)
Vikendi winter map hits PUBG on consoles (Source: Xbox Wire)
In development since 2017 and available for PC gamers since December 2018, the Vikendi winter map for PUBG is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The new map is accompanied by the Survivor Pass: Vikendi that rewards players of all levels for completing more than 200 missions over a multi-week season.
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The Vikendi map is PUBG's fourth playable map and depicts a 6x6 island located in the Adriatic Sea region during winter. Its development began in 2017, and the PC client of the game received it in December 2018. Yesterday, this map became available for PUBG players on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

This new location for the popular battle royale title features European-style cities, a dinosaur theme park, and a Cosmodrome. Vikendi is the most technically advanced map in PUBG released so far and provides a wide range of gameplay opportunities, and comes alongside Survivor Pass: Vikendi.

Survivor Pass: Vikendi includes more than 200 missions over a multi-week season, unlocking new and exclusive content. Same as the map, the Survivor Pass is available for all PUBG players as a free downloadable update.

As usual, those who want to level up faster and gain access to exclusive missions and additional rewards can get the Premium Survivor Pass for US$9.99. Boost Packs can be purchased for US$4.99 (5 levels), US$17.99 (20 levels), or US$34.99 (50 levels).


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Codrut Nistor, 2019-01-23 (Update: 2019-01-23)
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